Dog friendly family camping Pencarnan Farm Pembrokeshire

Pencarnan Farm near St Davids in Pembrokeshire, Wales is an idyllic, dog friendly caravan and camping site right next to the beach. We discovered it purely by chance and it’s one of the most incredible campsites we’ve ever been to. In fact, it was so good that I was almost reluctant to share it. Pencarnan Farm is a hidden gem that we’ll go back to again and again. About Pencarnan Farm campsite Pencarnan is a working farm on the most westerly edge of Pembrokeshire. It is located right next to Porthsele beach, so from our camper van, it was about…

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Little Mermaid – the circus sensation at Malvern Theatres

Last night, we all headed to one of our favourite local places, Malvern Theatres. The new Metta Theatre production of the Little Mermaid is an incredible, awe-inspiring take on the Hans Christian Andersen Story. It’s only 70 minutes long with no interval and a tiny cast. We were all utterly spellbound throughout. The Little Mermaid – the story The original Hans Christian Andersen story has been adapted in various ways over the years. The Metta show has its own twist in the tale. It follows the Little Mermaid, her Seahorse friend and all her sisters. On the Little Mermaid’s 16th…

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Jewellery to connect people from Kestia

Occasionally a brand comes along that is a little bit different from the norm. I don’t often wear jewellery, but Kestia is a game changer. You see, it’s not just about beautiful pieces that look good. One of the founders is a psychologist and this heavily influenced the brand and the designs. Because Kestia jewellery is all about connecting people. Taking time out of your busy life to show loved ones that you’re thinking of them, with a gift that brings you closer. The loss collection – “I will never forget you” keyring If you’re a regular reader of the…

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How a science toy could save the world

Did you know that only 23 per cent of people in core STEM occupations in the UK are female? Or that only 4.5 per cent of commercial airline pilots are women? This isn’t a throwback to 1957, it’s now. This is the world our children are growing up in. Exploring science A few weeks ago, Libby came home from school and informed me that she wanted to go to science club. If you read my blog regularly, you’ll know that Libby wants to do everything. Music, drama, swimming, cycling, running, writing, dancing, climbing, cricket, rugby – you name it, she…

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Vale of Rheidol Railway dog friendly family day out

It’s amazing to see that so many places offer dog friendly accommodation these days. But sadly, finding somewhere to stay is often the tip of the iceberg. So, I thought I’d share the a dog friendly family day out we had over the Easter break at the Vale of Rheidol Railway line from Devil’s Bridge to Aberystwyth in Wales. Not only is the railway itself dog friendly, but there are some lovely pubs, beaches and campsites in the area that welcome canine family members. The Vale of Rheidol Railway Running from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge through the Rheidol Valley, the…

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